Your Prayer Intentions

Do you have some intentions that you’d like me to bring to the Shrine of the Miraculous Medal in Paris? If so, please send them to me as soon as possible (before about mid-day Saturday, 4/26), using the form below.

A plaque outside the shrine that commemorates the conversion of Alphonse Ratisbonne in Rome in 1842. See my previous posts about that beautiful story here and here. The plaque says, "The Medal That Converts – In 1842 Our Lady of the Medal instantly converted Alphonse Ratisbonne in a church of Rome, where she appeared to him."

A plaque outside the shrine that commemorates the conversion of Alphonse Ratisbonne in Rome in 1842. See my previous posts about that beautiful story here and here.
The plaque says, “The Medal That Converts – In 1842 Our Lady of the Medal instantly converted Alphonse Ratisbonne in a church of Rome, where she appeared to him.”

Please be concise with your intentions, as I do not have a printer here with me, so I will either have to copy them down by hand or awkwardly read them on my smartphone while in the chapel.

In other words, instead of asking for prayers for someone with cancer and telling me the entire story, just say, “For name, who has cancer”, or something brief like that. God and the Blessed Mother know “the rest of the story”! Thanks for your understanding.

FORM CLOSED – Thank you to the 36 people who submitted prayer intentions! I will remember them on Sunday, April 27 at the Shrine of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

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3 Responses to Your Prayer Intentions

  1. Maria says:

    Thanks so much Father. I’ve just submitted my prayer intentions

  2. Thank you for your prayers!

  3. Renee G says:

    Thank you, thank you. Love the Shrine of the Miraculous Medal — most folks that go to Paris don’t even know it’s tucked away

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